Recipe: Club Penguin Puffle Cakes or Easter Nests

A puffle nest isn’t just for Easter you know, which is probably just as well, because I got sent all the recipe ingredients to make a Club Penguin Easter Puffle Nest and then promptly went away having adventures. This Easter morning I thought it would be a lovely thing for my Club Penguin crazed four year old, who wanders around with a puffle attached to him at all times. Quite honestly though, I think that these little cakes are absolutely perfect for parties. I wish I had known how to make them before Boys 4th birthday party…

They are exceptionally quick and easy to make:

For the nests: (this will make 24)

  • 300 g cooking chocolate
  • 120 g Rice Crispies

All you need to do is melt the chocolate in a bowl over a pan of boiling water and mix it with the rice crispies. Then divide the mixture into some cake cases which you have placed into one of those cupcake baking trays (this is purely so they hold their round shape).

To make the Puffles

  • Regal Ready to Roll Icing (coloured and white)
  • Black Icing Pen

Roll the icing into appropriately sized balls depending on what size puffles you want to make. Then take your kitchen scissors and snip the top of them to re-create the puffle hair. For the eyes, roll the white icing into tiny little balls and squash them flat. All you need to do to stick the eyes onto the puffles is to use a bit of water (I used a paintbrush to make sure I didn’t use too much water). You can then use the icing pen to draw the eyes and mouth onto your puffle. If you are feeling adventurous you could try and recreate individual puffles as they all have different expressions.


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